San Diego, California (PressExposure) March 23, 2009 -- Despite tough times these days, there are still businesses doing well by finding a niche, striving to make a difference and giving back. Launch Notes, the only magazine celebrating women business owners and female entrepreneurs in various industries and stages of their careers, has just launched their premier issue, featuring some of today's leading ladies. Holly G. Green, CEO and Managing Director of The Human Factor, Inc. is one of the successful women noted in the launch issue.
Launch Notes (www.launchnotes.com) features women who are truly making meaningful contributions in both the business scene, as well as in their communities and social causes. While many of these woman may not be as well known as some of their counterparts, these ladies have just as much experience, insight and valuable information to share, which is the underlying purpose for this new magazine. So, meet Holly G. Green, CEO of The Human Factor, Inc., an organizational & management consulting firm. Her highly anticipated book, More Than A Minute: How to Be an Effective Leader and Manager in Today's Changing World, gives readers valuable tools and practical guidance to develop and grow as effective managers and leaders.
"I am a mom, entrepreneur, speaker, author and consultant," said Green. "I love to read and travel three days a week on average for work. I am passionate about the work I do and most engaged when I am helping others be successful."
With more than 20 years of executive level and operations experience in FORTUNE 500, entrepreneurial, and management consulting organizations, Green was previously the President of The Ken Blanchard Companies, a global consulting and training organization as well as LumMed, Inc. a biotech start up. She also has a broad background in strategic planning, organization design and development, process improvement, and leadership assessment and development and has been responsible for and successfully designed and built the necessary infrastructure in several organizations.
Holly's current company, The Human Factor, is designed to help companies, teams and individuals get better, faster, and stronger. They do this through strategic planning and organizational development consulting including leadership and management development, with clients ranging from FORTUNE 50 to small start-ups. As busy as she is with this work, Holly believes it's just as important to give back to your community and to others.
"Over the years, I always volunteered quite a bit and as my business has grown I have tried to maintain a consistent number of hours or dollars each year in giving back," said Holly. "I just have a fundamental belief that it is our responsibility on this planet to assist and support one another. I work hard in my business to help others be successful and I am passionate about the same approach in pro bono work. Giving back provides an opportunity for me to meet and support those I might otherwise not work with in my business practice. It affords me the opportunity to grow and learn as well."